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MONDAY, 17TH JANUARY. (Before the Police Magistrate) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

MoNtAY, 17TH JAXUARV. (Before the Police Magistrate ) Michael Courtney pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and was tined 5s.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

BRIEFS. Tlie Cairns Angling Club lias now changed its name, and is tn bo known henceforth as the " Cairns Political Association." "Thebeauty of .this 'ere observation lies in the application thcr^oL'j ^ . < . Tho next Mulgrare Sunday Excursion should lie accompanied by a number of police. ' At the last one, four buxom mitrons found a retired spot on tho banks of the river, and haring undressed, they went in fora bath. They were wholly unconscious that fourteen alleged white men and a mob of kanakas were watching them the whole timé from the scrub on the river bank. Cairns farmers and planters have begun to import Jackaroos, who are paying a good premium to learn the "art of tropi- cal agriculture." One Jackaroo arrived lately with a letter from his father stating that the young fellow was " a total abstainer and had no vices." The farmer went down the town to look for the imported youth on his arrival, and being unable to find him, strolled into an hotel to refresh his in...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mulgrave Central Mill. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

Mulgrave Central Mill. Ill our last issue a serious mid almost inexcusable mistake was made when handling figures dealing with the output of the mill. We stated that " during the season 18%, 305 acres of plant cane were cut for a yield of 0741 tons of cane, and C17 acres of ratoon cane for a return of 10,850 tons, or a total of 982 for 17,591 tons." Instead of writing "during the season l&JrV'U should har« m*AyinU7." In the next paragraph we stated "the estimated acreage and tonnage for the present season (just about to close) is as follows : Plant cane 1401 acres for 33,691 tons of cane and 975 acres ratoon cane for 10,990 tons of cane, or a total of 2370 "acres for 50,081 tons." These figures refer to the coming 1898 season, and not to the season just about closing. The statement that 1429 tons of sug-ir had been shipped up to last week, was correct.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

(1 1» HAISE3 viiiis Pott Douguis «. D- next Thursday.

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

£100,000,000 UNCLAIMED. DOUGALS REGISTERED LIST. NTAINING NAMES of 20,000 Families: advertised for, to claim property and money since : 1700. Price ls JV), post' free 2s. Every man and «roman should buy this book, as instruc- tions' are given how to recover properly from Chancery. DOUGAL & CO., «2, Strand, London, England. Established 1854. A fortune may await you.1 ; This book can nor bo obtained from W. C. Rigby,- Adelaide ; Gordon, and Gotch, Melbourne and -Brisbane ; Geo. Robertson & Co., Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane.. SECOSD- cons¡5iimcnt-S I LE N'T - " PRIMUS " STOVES just Liuding. Call round and have :¡ look at them.' A. TavtOK & So* j STOCKTAKING SALE ^gj it^- STOCKTAKING SALE OUR ANNUAL . Sale Drapery - and - Clothing COMMENCES Saturday. 22nd January, 1898, For One Month Only. Great Bargains in every Department. Wo are determined " to clear out a lot of sm-p!us slock at COST PRICE AND UNDER to make room for the New Season's (¡nods and als...

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Fruit and Egg Preserving [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

Fruit and Egg Preserving After several years' experiments Mr J. A. Parker of Argyle Street, Sydney, has suc- ceeded in making « solution which, it ia ".*»«?*-wiltsprass-r* «««si aad fiwita ¿ssksh ¡ aagrafM*, ? Itsioaavj oranges,-pears, paasioa |; fnalt, «tc., etc , for mooth* ; and permit of their Wag shipped as general cargo to any part of the world. ~-¡-fY ' The process is simple, fruit anil eggs merely require dipping in the .solution, or it may be applied with * brush. Mr Parker estimates that one gallou will preserve 50 c*ses of apples, oranges, lemoos, etc., ]etc., and eggs eau le treated at a cost, of abont a farthing per dozen. , v . ? í ; Messrs Aplin, Brown, apd Crawshay, Ltd , Btisbaue, arc the Queensland, agents Irom whom circulars giving uumerons cer- tificates can be obtained. . :

Publication Title: Morning Post
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SPEAKING OF LONG AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

SPEAKING OF LONG AGO. j Tü-Jay, us I pen these lines, one picture from the long-vanished past rises : in' my memory as clearly as though' it lnin<* ou a wall before my very .eves. It is of a' hoy about four- teen yeal s old, propped tip in n great arm-chair with pillows and bed- clothes anil gazing through a window. He is just convalescing after a long »nil \lunyeroiis illness, and is still thin, p¡>lp, and weak. The strong anns of Iris loving fallu i- have taken him from the heil .anil placed bim snugly by tho window in order that he may see his playmates at their games in the snow ; for the time is mid- winter. They wave their hands to him and he warru his hand feehly.to them. Tim Ewne is from my own boyhood, folly ye:.rs ago. What magic lias conjured it up now? Only a sentence from a letter... ,.'. Tliir.: .'! »as so weak that for years 1 had to ¡ni camed upstairs to bed." A lidy s|ie.iks thus of her girl- hood. What ii ..pitiable thing. Il ia not what nature meant;...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

COME and have a.look at tho latest list of Good Second-hand BICYCLES. A, TAÏLOK & Sos. THE - HOWARD-SMITH LINE OF INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS. WEEKLY PASSENGER AN» CAUCO SERVICE FROM CAIRNS TO . GERALDTON "i S.S. LASS O'GOWRIE - (135Tons), LUCINDA ' V WEDNESDAY -26lh January, TOWNSVILLE J at8a..'m. Transhipping Passengers and Carao into the S.S. "PEREGRINE," "TYRIAN," and "LEURA," leaving Townsville for all Southern Ports every Saturday. Passcngeis Booked through to all Southern Ports. BAIRNS TO SYDNEY VIA TOWNS- VILLE (O.NLY). MACKAY ROCKHAMPTON MARYBOROUGH BRISBANE SYDNEY MELBOURNE ADELAIDE ALBANY FREMANTLE GERALDTON PEREGRINE LEURA TYRIAN FROM TOWNSVILLE Every SATURDAY. Reduced Steerage Earcs. ott STKEBAOKrWgeKatoa. For further particulars api»ly to WALSH & CO., Agents. /vPLIN, BROWN AND CO., LJD., MERCHANTS AND AGEISTS. TOWNSVILLE, BIMSUANE, BURKETOWN, TauiLsiiAY ISLAND, AND POUT DAIIWC, rr^HE above Company's steamers leave -i- Messrs Walsh and Co."'s Wharf as under :...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

.WHOLESALE - , C O F F E E MERC H A N T. GROWN AVD MANUFACTURED BY I). R.> LfcTWIS, AT ' ' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, QUEENSLAND. WHY, DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE ; TRY. A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK FOR THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE'AND CAREFULLY MADE. - SOLD IN 1-lb. TINS, ami No 2 IN 2-lb. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Residents of Cairn?, Mareeba, Herberton, Montalbion, California Creek, The Tate, and settlers generally should ask for Lewis' Mount Graham Coffee, and take no other. Try One Tin as an experiment.. The grower and mannfacturer plcdecs his word that there is no better matured or purer Coffee in the world than LEWIS' MOTJNT GRAHAM COFFEE. MRS S BYRNE CRIT?RI-QHv,H'OT?L ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. KINDLY note and remember that MKS. S. BYRNE, late of the Cnesham Hotel, ivbbott Street, lias purdiiscd the " CRITERION," la'cly occupied hy MK. P. J. HOWLEY. Tile " CRITERION " is a Comfortable House and nuder the new management will b...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

. BEPARimrs. Januar}713.-Barratta, s, Captain Stewart, for Townsville, via ports. Passengers: Mr Hives and live in the steerage. Walsh Sc Co, agents. - Januar}- I3,-Palmer, s, Captain Clark, for Townsville, via ports. Passengers : Messrs Brown, Wenck, and four in the steerage. Burns, Philp _ Co, agents. Januar}' 13.-Cintra, s, Captain J. K Butcher, for Cooktown via Port Douglas. . Passengers : Messrs White, Anderson, Brown, Cole, McCallum, Park, Smythe, Sub-Inspec- tor Ferguson, Miss King, Mrs Smythe, aui . seven in the steerage. Bnms, Philp. & Co, agents. January 13.-Maranoa, s- Captain C. A. Thorpe, for Southern ports. Passengers : Messrs Shaw, Boucher, and 2 in thc steerage. Bums, Philp & Co, agents. - January 15.-Cintra, s, Captain y.J - , Butcher, for Southern ports, P--'" j- E. Misses Martin, . Goldring, . .-sengera : Meiklejohn, Hollway, Tho*"- ..lessrs Pask, 12 in the steerage. aas, Robson, and agents. . ' ..urns, Philp and Co, January io " _ .;m_¿^K>:''.i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

IT ANDY KOOLA CEYLON TEA **; has bera tried and acquitted of con -taining any propel tic3 - . injurious- to digestion. BURNS, PHILP & COY., Ltd., Agents. Dr. H. H Stanley Maude . ? Dentist, Brisbane and Charters Towers. ijONSULTING Dental Surgeon to tho V , Charters Towers Hospital, late of St. George's Hospital, Hydo Park, and the London Dental Hospital, - Leicester Square, Loudon, also of the Philadelphia Dental :C.illegei U.S.A., and the Hotel de Dieu, . Paris ' Formerly manager for, and afterwards ; successor to tho Tate Mr W. Holmes-Moore, of Charters Towers. Will vuit CAIRNS on WEDNESDAY, ' February 2nd, and may be consulted ..it Mrs Hides';Hotel from that day till WEDNESDAY, February !)th. SptcialitifS. Painless Extractions under the various '.. local and general Anesthetics. Artificial Heeth without Plates by means of which almost any number of arti- ficial teeth nmy be inserted in thc mouth without un- sightly attachments, ? - producing the near-. est approach to a ...

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MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

MOVEMENTS. The Orient liner Oroya sails for London from Sydney on the 5th February, and will be followed by the Cuzco on the 16th Feb- ruary. . The-Palmer, s, from Townsville, via ports, is due this morning. The; Jumna, Q.R.M.S., for London via ports, leaves^Brisbane on or about'the 18th instant. r'* Tlie Aramac; s, with the weekly mails from the South, is due this morning. The Bullarrn, s, from .the ' South is due , to-day. "She takes thc place of thc Allinga on this coast. - Thc Warrego, s, from Northern and Gulf ports is due on Thursday the 2"th inst. Tlie Duke of Sutherland, Q.R.M.8., left Lpndon-for Queensland, via ports, on the 31st December.. ' ' ".. The Airliel'oók two tons beche-de-mer, ' The Menmuir from Hong Kong left Thnrr day Island on Tuesday evening and should reach here to-morrow.

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THE COOKTOWN "BEACON " AND CAIRNS CHINAMEN. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

THE COOKTOWN "BEACON " AND     CAIRNS CHINAMEN.   [To THE EDITOR] . SIR,-As the, "EndeavourBeacon " has taken up the Chinese question, I think some one else might have a say. Would it not pay Cooktown to have a few bananas-and pineapples to export, even if they were grown by Chinamen, as I fail to see how it will pay the A.U.S. N. Company to run their big boats to Cooktown, unless some trade springs up shortly. It looks bad when we see the dredge leave so early. Now I would like to ask the public at large, isn't there as many flourishing Chinese storekeepers in Cooktown and Maytown as anywhere in Australia, considering the population ? Will not Cooktown be ashamed to com-   plain of hard times if they see this in print ? I What would Captain Cook say if he could see Cooktown in this state, con- sidering the wealth of the Palmer, and Annan Tinfields ? Has it all gone to Hong Kong; "Britains will never will be   slaves" ...

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Coming Events. Summary of Events advertised in the " Post" will appear under this heading each issue. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

Coming Events. Suininarv of Events advertised in tho " Fust" will ai>j»v.r under this heading each issue. Januajy.21-? "~ - ? Xoaiiuaiiuns lo bc lod_ed for three Alder %!!*&>É8-ST* ~*o-~ _i-icii_ Nival nrlga.lo J>rtll. ------- - January 25 Special meeting shareholders Union Block G.lf. Company, Thornborough. Januan-2; Nominations to be lodged,for three mem- bers and two auditors, Woothakata Divisional Hoard. Janunry 20 - Nominations to l>c lodged for three mem- bers and two auditors Barron Divisional Board, February ist. Tenders close for - erection of cottage at Hambledon. Registration Court at Cairns Registration Court at Geraldton. February 4th.- * * Sale of cedar at Land Office.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

M. BOLANfi WHOLESALE & RETAIL ^¿ Provision - Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS, MBOLAND boys his Goods for Spot Cash, in tho Cheapest and . Best Markets of thc 'World. He can, therefore, afford to sell at a fair Profit, Cheaper than any other House in Cairns. WHAT IS M. BOLANDS STOCK ? Goods Delivered promptly to all parts of the Town and District. PRODUCE, PRODUCE. PRODUCE, Fresh Supplies Every Week. Fresh Dairy. Produce twice a week. Wholesale 4 Retail Provision Merchant, ABBOTT STREET. CAIRNS. BUSTER'S KÜRAXDA Paw Paw Frúit Saûce PURITY, ? There is no Aw'mal Mallet *. , this New Sauce, it ticing A l'urcly Fruit and Vegetable Condiment. PAPAIN. . This. I Most . Valuable | -..Digestive ATTENTION I DYSPEPTICS. Indigestion is at the root of more than half of our present day bodily ailments, accentuated, as it is, hythe almost universal habit of stomach drug- ging. Simply stated, these distressing symptoms and their consequent evils are directly due to the inability to properly ...

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Chamber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

Chamber of Commerce. The ordinary monthly meeting; of the Cairns Chamber of Commerce was held in the Council Chambers on 13th January last, 1898. Present-Messrs Callaghan Walsh (Chairman), E. Henriques, J. Hansfonl, K. Ponegan, J. Lyons. W. J. Munro, -M. Boland, John Cairns, A. Martin, G. R. Mayers and K. Sturt (Secretary). " COR RKSWiX I >KN"CK. Included in the correspondence dealt with were the following communi- cations *. From the Humé Secretary stating that owing to the passing ul" the Marecba-Chillagoe line, the promised ¿500 grant for the Maiceba-Gcorgc town road this year would have lo await further developments. Vr Mayers suggested that thc best course was lo let the matter stand over until the Railway was completed, and then start an agitation for the completion of the road from Chillagoe. Mr J. Ilansford pointed out that the line w ould not be completed fur four mon'.hs, and that this period was too long to wait. The money had been promised, and if it was granted, the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

Fou FKESII SIIU'.MEXTS WEEKLY OF GENERAL PRODUCE. OATEN HAY, CHAFF, BRAN, -POLLARD, OATS, MAIZE, BACON, HAMS, CHEESE, POTATOES AND» ONIONS, AX» FRESH BUTTER. TBY-WM. LENNON &. CO. "Life Mot "THOROUGHLY DEATH J' Tl)« Parkest Cloud HAS A Siltftr JJoiOg! CHEERFUL-WITNESS Boroo by a : Vf ell-Known Journalist Mr. Thomas Snowden, "Budget," Office, Singleton, N. S. W. writes oa August" 19th 1826 .-Some time :tpJ life to me was not worth living: I simply- hail a mechanical existence. You will understand that being a printer, my occupation is not conducjye to good health. I was working in a close office, and bceamc thoroughly exhaust- ed. I lost all Vdesire for recreation, and pleasant moments were foreign to me. I had no particular dilment.but I should'almost have welcomed a' cessation, of earthly strife. But the darkest cloud has a silver lining. I reata some, testimonials, amongst which was ot». from Mr J. C. T. Fitzpatrick, M.P., who had! been cured. I sent for two bottles of Cle...

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[?]. DIRECTORS' MEETING. ANOTHER TRY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

. DOCTORS' jMEÉTÍNG. ANOTHER. TRY. . . A meeting of Bélléndcn-KerCM. Co. was held in the office of the secre .;.tarfj (Mr. John 'jéyening, "iithjîns^ Jas. Lyons (in the chair), J.; Pollard, J. Boland, N.,Nielsen,T.-Macfcey.ànd \V. D. Hobson. . ? '? Included¿ in ^the^-^Rbs^^dense was ; a ; letter 'from'.the Ärmster foi Works declining to permit' Mr" Cowley to make a valuation of the Company's lands. .'? :-: - ! - ' ;'* . i From Mr L ^ that the Minister was obdurate and positively declined to ¡gtáht ^in*è>tcn-; sion^of time Tor "the lodgment bf securities. . a M'rWrD.','lTôbsôn,'riKtafâu%g,OTâï' the present situation, said that to many, the pásitioh of the CoW^y* seethed; to bry bad, but jhe Sthöüght^ that still' anolhcrefiort should be maïïe to get a ^Central Milk .Sight should'.'not be lost of the Yirct that the Mulgrave, tramway was 'extending ánd would; inevitably go to Bcllenderi-Ker at no distant date. - The Company had been promised certain sums by Messrs Philp and Byrnes, o...

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From Our Point of View. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

From Our Point of View. LinEKTV or " The liberty of the British THK BKITISn Sub¿fCt "HOV.eiMll[y 15 world patters this phrase, ^ 'in contradistinction to the bonds which entwine and harrass all Con- tinental nations. When the demagogic sections of our population express their abhorence of what they are pleased to term " the tyranny of the Government," and at the instigation of some lorry mounted agitator, grind their teeth in vextatiim of spirit produced byan affected realisation of their deep seated wrongs, they would do well to not« the condition of the subject in, say Germany or Russia. They simply do not know nor have they tho slightest conception of the extent of their every day privileges and freedom of action, compared with' those of many Continental nations. Any man, if ho SD elects,' may stand in the centre of Abbott Street ; to-morrow and ; loudly proclaim Queen Victoria 'tb be the vilest and most contemptible woman under the sun. Possibly some ultra-loyal townsman might b...

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Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 20 January 1898

Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LOXDOX, Wed. Thc Engineers still insist on refusing the Employers' management proposals, and as the Euiployers \vi:l not back down from their position the strike ia likely to con- tinue. The German press is jubilant over thc .greeimmt between Germany and England to eo-opcmti: over th¿ Chinese loan, j The tenders for thc Western Australia 1 one million loan amounted to £2,890,000. A syndicate tendered for £1,000,003 âT mi ii. The loan will average £96 Gi 4d. The United St ites have six battleships, eight cruisers, ami a large number of torpedo boats in the Gulf of Mexico, nominally for drill purposes, hue it U believed that they have designs on Cuba. Paris is trcmend usly excited over the proof i.f Captain DrtyfuV innocence, and M. Grouse lus dennuurcd the trial as sn abominable judicial error. Itnssia has informed thc Sultan that un- less lie accepts thc Russian nominee for the Governorship of Crete thu...

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